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I have two different files. One data represents points in green, another - points in red. I want to select points in red, but only those, which has no intersection with green points. What solution will you offer? I am using ArcGIS software. The picture illustrates data and wanted result.
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closed as too broad by Dan C, whyzar, tinlyx, PolyGeo Mar 20 '18 at 4:18

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    What GIS software are you using? – BERA Mar 19 '18 at 9:10
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  • Thanks you for explanation. So I was stuck to find right geoprocessing function, which is opposite to "intersection". I finally, I found that there is "erase" function, which fits for me. – November Mar 20 '18 at 12:09
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  • Merge all Points into merged.shp
  • Intersect merged into intersecting.shp
  • Select By Location from merged.shp where Intersect intersecting.shp
  • Open the Attribute Table of merged.shp, reverse the Select Set

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